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Letter sound Knowledge Phonics 2,Anne Bayetto Flinders University. taught how to blend these sounds together to make In its position statement about the place of phonics. words It is not recommended that blending the International Reading Association 1997. instruction be held off until after all alphabet letters unpaginated reiterated that rather than engage in. are known because students need to get reading as debates about whether phonics should or should not. soon as possible Also by learning how to blend be taught effective teachers of reading and writing. sounds students can soon move toward making ask when how how much and under what. approximate pronunciations of words that are already circumstances phonics should be taught. part of their spoken language, Part of phonics instruction would understandably see. Links with reading, Student s listening speaking and vocabulary abilities. teachers giving students many opportunities to apply. influence development of phonic skills because as Roe. what they have learned by reading decodable texts,Smith 2012 p 187 state use of phonics. These texts do not purport to be literature and, techniques to decode words is not helpful if the words.
neither would they be the only texts that students. are not in the students listening vocabularies,read but to strengthen phonic understandings they. Students need a reference point to decide whether, are an efficient way of practising the decoding of. the word they are naming is a real word and when,words Joliffe Waugh 2012 McQuiston O Shea. reading connected text if it fits the context of what is. McCollin 2008 Roe Smith 2012 It has also been, being read These foundational skills are crucial for all. observed that judicious reading of decodable texts. students but are especially critical when teaching. may also provide successful reading experiences,students who do not have English as their first.
needed to motivate struggling readers Jenkins, language as they need help in developing extensive. Badasy Peyton Sanders 2003 cited in Roe Smith, vocabularies of English words to allow them to make. 2012 p 194 A further justification for use of,effective use of phonic generalizations Roe Smith. decodable texts is that although predictable texts. 2012 p 187,offer context clues the ease of reading through. context may detract from careful processing of print. Pullen Justice 2003 p 89 remind teachers that,Roe Smith p 193 Glazzard Stokoe 2013 p 54.
development of literacy based understandings begin. state that while decodable texts generally have simple. in the preschool years and that it is when children. narratives you can aid their understanding of the, move from understanding that print is like pictures. texts they read by talking to them about the story its. and that written words comprise letters that map to. events and characters and you can ask them simple, speech sounds will they be able to begin visual word. questions about the text,recognition Snow et al 1998 Further when. students have secure phonemic awareness they,Students need to be given many opportunities to. understand that words are composed of separate,decode single words as well as words embedded in.
sounds Caldwell Leslie 2013 Roe Smith 2012,sentences paragraphs and longer connected text. Schuele Boudreau 2008 as they have developed,Joliffe Waugh 2012 Once the foundation skills. the capacity to aurally segment and blend sounds in. have been developed teachers can move on to,words Rightmyer McIntyre Petrosko 2006. expanding students structural analysis skills by,focusing on how to decode multi syllable words. With the ultimate aim being that students read for. words with affixes prefixes and suffixes words that. meaning Garcia Cain 2013 p 1 remind teachers,have Greek and Latin roots and compound words.
that reading comprehension and its development are. Cunningham 2013 Interestingly recent research, highly dependent on a reader s ability to read written. has suggested that ubiquitous texting may well,words accurately and fluently. support students development of decoding because, when using abbreviations they need to phonetically. segment the sounds in words that they plan to write. Carter 2014,Letter sound Knowledge Phonics 3,Anne Bayetto Flinders University. Factors that influence development of 8 Use of multi sensory instructional approaches. visual auditory kinaesthetic Joliffe Waugh,letter sound knowledge 2012.
1 Use of one phonic program developmental,hierarchy across year levels in a school Reutzel. 9 Teacher led group and individual decoding,Cooter 2012 As Glazzard Stokoe 2013 p 51. activities with personal accountability and,say picking and mixing from different schemes is. limited use of worksheets Mesmer Griffith,not advisable because each scheme will have its. own planned progression,10 A range of opportunities for students to apply.
2 Teachers clear articulation of letter names and,their decoding skills in meaningful ways Fox. sounds Glazzard Stokoe 2013, 3 Students correct articulation of letter names and. 11 Simultaneously teaching students how to name,sounds Copeland Calhoon 2007. sound and as soon as possible blend letters and,write them in words Fox 2012. 4 Auditory memory Students need to be able to,name sounds and sequentially retain them so.
12 Understanding that students with disabilities,that words can be named Copeland Calhoon. have the potential to develop phonic skills and,that this may occur at a later age Copeland. Calhoon 2007,5 A different letter phoneme introduced every day. in the students first term at school Joliffe,13 Recognising that students in the primary and. Waugh 2012 Reutzel Cooter 2012 Students,secondary years may not have secure decoding.
who securely learn the content can be taken,skills and that these must be taught. further in their skill development while other, students receive additional instruction until their. 14 Teaching phonics as part of a comprehensive,understanding is accurate and fluent The. literacy program Glazzard Stokoe 2013,necessity to move briskly is because a prolonged. pace of teaching means that children begin to, use other strategies such as whole word Instructional approaches.
recognition to read rather than apply their 1 Use students names for letter identification and. phonic skills to decode Joliffe Waugh 2012 blending practice Compare pronunciation of. p 109 and use of a whole word approach puts names that share the same letters. too much load on their memory,2 Match and sort letters using visuals and print. 6 Daily and brief 10 15 minute sessions that are including experience with naming and sounding. active and interactive Glazzard Stokoe 2013 letters written in a variety of fonts. 7 Systematic and explicit instruction Beck 2006 3 Use magnetic letters letter tiles for students to. Reutzel Cooter 2012 Rose 2006 Further the match letters and build words. National Reading Panel 2000 p 132 stated, specific systematic phonics programs are all 4 Give students paintbrushes and tubs of water to. more effective than non phonics programs and practise correct letter formation. they do not appear to differ significantly from, each other in their effectiveness 5 Teach students physical actions to remember. 6 Sort letters What is the odd one out and why,Letter sound Knowledge Phonics 4. Anne Bayetto Flinders University, 7 Have students make their own alphabet and 15 Point to a letter and ask students to nominate a.
blend books that include names of family pets word that starts with it. hobbies interests and media and sport s p t,celebrities i s m. 8 Letter sound picture bingo games o b g, 9 Play snap and memory games 16 Put up a finger for each sound you hear in the. word Now write the letters for each,10 Phonic sliders finger sound. 17 Sand timer Nominate a letter blend and ask,students to name as many words they can think. of that start with that it,18 Use flip books for practice.
11 A trail of objects starting or ending with the,same sound can be laid out for the learners to. follow and discover the links Morgan Moni, 12 Put a range of items into a bag and have a 19 Put a piece of transparent plastic over a printed. student draw out an item name it and blend the page and have students use a water based pen to. sounds in the word circle a nominated letter blend This task can be. made more challenging by setting a time limit,13 Phonic wheels. 20 Nominate a coordinate e g A2 Before the sand,timer runs out write and for early learners. in draw as many words as you can that start with,that letter I ll give you a word to get started.
gr A s p i,14 Racetrack game Throw a die and after landing. on a space name a designated number of words,that start with that letter blend. Letter sound Knowledge Phonics 5,Anne Bayetto Flinders University. 21 Construct Venn diagrams to show connections 25 There are over 120 free downloadable phonic. between words books following the Jolly Phonics sequence. available from the Speld SA website These,can be read on tablet devices or printed Most. blow cow of these books also have pages of suggestions. low how and activities that can be used to consolidate. mow bow now students decoding practice,row sow http www speld sa org au.
22 Spin the spinner to find out how many words,need to be named. Another free source of online decodable texts,is from Starfall. http www starfall com n level a learn to,read load htm f. 26 Teachers of struggling older students, 23 Practice blending by playing word dominoes particularly boys may find Project X Code. to be a motivating instructional approach,http www oup com au primary literacy pro.
ject x code,24 Teach how to read words that have affixes. Letter sound Knowledge Phonics 6,Anne Bayetto Flinders University. References McQuiston K O Shea D McCollin M 2008, Beck I L 2006 Making sense of phonics The hows and Improving phonological awareness and decoding skills of. whys Camberwell Vic ACER Press high school students from diverse backgrounds Preventing. Caldwell J S Leslie L 2013 Intervention strategies to School Failure 52 2 67 70. follow informal reading inventory assessment So what do I Mesmer H A E Griffith P L 2006 Everybody s selling. do now 3rd ed Upper Saddle River NJ Pearson it But just what is explicit systematic phonics instruction. Carter C June 13 2014 Texting improves children s The Reading Teacher 59 4 366 376. spelling and grammar The Telegraph Morgan M Moni K B 2005 Use phonics activities to. http www telegraph co uk education 10895575 Texting motivate learners with difficulties Intervention in School. improves childrens spelling and grammar html and Clinic 41 1 42 45. Copeland S R Calhoon J A 2007 Effective literacy National Reading Panel 2000 Teaching children to read. instruction for students with moderate or severe disabilities An evidence based assessment of the scientific research. Baltimore MA Paul H Brookes literature on reading and its implications for reading. Cunningham P M 2013 Phonics they use Words for instruction. reading and writing 6th ed Boston MA Pearson http www nichd nih gov publications pubs nrp pages s. Education mallbook aspx, Diamond K E Baroody A E 2013 Associations among Pullen P C Justice L M 2003 Enhancing phonological. name writing and alphabetic skills in prekindergarten and awareness print awareness and oral language skills in. children at risk of school failure Journal of Early preschool children Intervention in School and Clinic 39 2. Intervention 1 20 DOI 10 1177 1053815113499611 87 98. Duff F J Mengoni S E Bailey A M Snowling M J Puranik C S Schreiber S Estabrook E O Donnell E. 2014 Validity and sensitivity of the phonics screening 2013 Comparison or name writing rubrics Is there a gold. check implications for practice Journal of Research in standard Assessment for Effective Intervention 1 8 DOI. Reading 1 15 DOI 10 1111 1467 9817 12029 10 1177 1534508413502390. Fox B J 2012 Word identification strategies Building Rasinski T Padak N D 2013 From phonics to fluency. phonics into a classroom reading program Boston MA Effective teaching of decoding and reading fluency in the. Pearson Education elementary school 3rd ed USA Pearson Education. Garcia J R Cain K 2013 Decoding and reading Reutzel D R Cooter R B 2012 Teaching children to. comprehension A meta analysis to identify which reader read The teacher makes the difference 6th ed Boston. and assessment characteristics influence the strength of MA Pearson. the relationship in English Review of Educational Research Rightmyer E C McIntyre E Petrosko J M 2006. 1 38 DOI 10 3102 0034654313499616 Instruction development and achievement of struggling. Glazzard J Stokoe J 2013 Teaching systematic and primary grade readers Reading Research and Instruction. synthetic phonics and early English UK Critical Publishing 45 3 209 241. Hogan T P Catts H W Little T D 2005 The Roe B D Smith S H 2012 Teaching reading in today s. relationship between phonological awareness and reading elementary schools 11th ed Belmont CA Wadsworth. Implications for the assessment of phonological awareness Cengage Learning. Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools 36 4 Rose J 2006 Independent review of the teaching of early. Letter sound Knowledge Phonics 2 Anne Bayetto Flinders University taught how to blend these sounds together to make words It is not recommended that blending instruction be held off until after all alphabet letters are known because students need to get reading as soon as possible Also by learning how to blend

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